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    Hi guys, so I woke up this morning, checked the fridge and my expensive UNOPENED vegetarian food was half eaten .. well one was opened and mostly finished while the other was just open and not even touched like WTF?! I'm a pretty chill, unconfrontational person and keep myself to myself as I'm an introvert and i guess that may come across as snobbish?? but i do try to be friendly and I've even gone out for meals with my housemates so it's not like they dont know that...Anyway I haven't confronted my housemates about things before and so because of my 'passiveness' I'm pretty sure my housemates are just taking the piss. They drink and party and I dont though I have nothing against that but i think them eating my food might have been a drunken mistake but idk. How would you suggest I confront them. I was just going to post a whatsapp messasage in the group polietly asking if anyone ate it? should i make them pay for it?

    Just make it obvs you spit on everything of yours...

    Post on the facebook 'hi guys, someone ate a bunch of my food last night, I know it was probably a drunken mistake but it was quite expensive so if whoever it was could slip a fiver under my door I'd be grateful'. Don't make it aggressive unless it becomes an ongoing problem but equally don't just let it go or they'll think it's not a problem.

    Put some laxative in food
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